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Womens Choice Resource Center is equipped with some of the best staff and volunteers that are here to help you. Learn more about our staff...
We offer free services. Some of these services include pregnancy testing, limited ultrasound,
std education, medical and social referrals...
WCRC is supported by caring individuals and churches. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women in crisis while remaining advocates for the pre-born child.
We will accept donations of time, goods, finances and prayer support.
If you are interested in supporting us, please contact us at (817) 534-9947 or email our offices at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A Non-Profit Ministry on a Mission
to value and protect the pre-born
In 1993 a group of church members at Sagamore Hill Baptist Church became burdened over the issue of abortion and began the process of searching for a Christian response to the subject. Once a Task Force was formed, much prayer, research, and study went into the matter. God quickly and clearly confirmed our desire to open a crisis pregnancy center (CPC) and began to open doors that we still marvel at today.
We presented our vision to the church Body of Sagamore Hill and they embraced it with passion. It was clear God wanted us to launch a ministry to women in crisis pregnancies and we were amazed by His immediate and constant provision.
A near perfect building was donated, an experienced CPC Director walked through the doors of our church needing employment to help her through seminary and many interested volunteer counselors began to emerge from our congregation. Within months we were training counselors and dedicating our building. In January of 1994 we opened our doors for the first time and have been ministering to women in our community ever since.